On sampling social networking services

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Wang, Baiyang;
(2012)
  • Subject: Statistics - Applications | Computer Science - Social and Information Networks

This article aims at summarizing the existing methods for sampling social networking services and proposing a faster confidence interval for related sampling methods. It also includes comparisons of common network sampling techniques.
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